TV & Film

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Online Streaming Rises as More Americans Shift Away From TV

The growing number of apps and streaming services have changed the way the audience consumes visual entertainment, with the Internet now appearing to close in on the monopoly that traditional TV has once enjoyed. Just a generation ago, the likes of Netflix, HBO Go, Spotify and even Sirius XM commercials were unheard of and nobody probably even thought that there could be something beyond what the tube has to offer. According to Pew Research, young adults (61%) prefer watching shows …

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5 Types of Videos to Use for Your Business

Do you remember back in preschool when your teacher asked you to present something for show-and-tell? That was probably the very first encounter you had with visual representations—a “product” is shown to you, and your classmate (or you) tells the audience about the product and why it’s cool and inspiring. This is exactly the way that videos work now. Something is presented to the viewer. That something is explained to the viewer through a video made by a video production …

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5 Gothic Horror Novels That Need Small Screen Adaptations

The success of the Netflix original The Haunting of Hill House proves there’s always a room for the gothic horror genre in the age of the internet and online streaming. Shirley Jackson’s timeless story of a haunted house was adapted into a 10-episode drama, and it’s now confirmed for a second season due to its immense popularity. Often employing the use of old Victorian houses or large looming castles, the skin-tingling atmosphere of the gothic horror genre almost comes naturally, …

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